Last updated 8:11 PM on 15 September 2015
'Amazing projects' was the phrase on everyone's lips as they journeyed around the Parkview school hall viewing the hard work and effort that was the culmination of a term's work about natural and built environments.
The students had to present a project that detailed a natural or built environment and write 20 facts about that environment. Many were iconic landmarks from around the world. Students had to present their projects and chat to an audience that ranged from Kindergarten students to parents.
The buzz of talk was heard thoughout the hall and all the students enjoyed the process of promoting their work to the community.
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